Eblaite

Eblaite
/eb"leuh uyt', ee"bleuh-/, n.
1. the Semitic language of the people of Ebla, believed to be closely related to Ugaritic, Phoenician, and Hebrew, but written in cuneiform characters borrowed from Sumerian: decoded from the Ebla Tablets. Cf. Ebla.
2. a member of these people.
adj.
3. Also, Eblan /eb"leuhn, ee"bleuhn/. of or pertaining to Ebla, its people, or their language.

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